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Table 3 The GSA result by a simple cross-species GSA (case example 1)

From: gsGator: an integrated web platform for cross-species gene set analysis

Rank Set size Overlap P-value Q-value Mouse phenotype
1 22 3 3.3E-10 2.5.E-06 Decreased eye pigmentation
2 30 3 8.7E-10 3.3.E-06 Abnormal eye pigmentation
3 51 3 4.5E-09 1.1.E-05 Abnormal skin pigmentation
4 76 3 1.5E-08 2.8.E-05 Diluted coat color
5 87 3 2.3E-08 3.4.E-05 Abnormal coat/hair pigmentation
6 5 2 5.2E-08 5.6.E-05 Absent eye pigmentation
7 5 2 5.2E-08 5.6.E-05 Ocular albinism
8 7 2 1.1E-07 1.0.E-04 Variegated coat color
9 8 2 1.5E-07 1.1.E-04 Abnormal choroid melaningranule morphology
10 8 2 1.5E-07 1.1.E-04 Mottled coat
11 9 2 1.9E-07 1.3.E-04 Abnormal melanogenesis
12 18 2 7.9E-07 5.0.E-04 Yellow coat color
13 24 2 1.4E-06 8.3.E-04 Abnormal melanosome morphology
14 27 2 1.8E-06 9.8.E-04 Irregular coat pigmentation
15 31 2 2.4E-06 1.2.E-03 Hypopigmentation
16 87 2 1.9E-05 9.1.E-03 Prenatal lethality
17 975 3 3.2E-05 1.4.E-02 Decreased body size
18 125 2 4.0E-05 1.7.E-02 Infertility
19 237 2 1.4E-04 5.4.E-02 Increased susceptibility to bacterial infection
20 365 2 3.4E-04 9.1.E-02 Complete prenatal lethality
21 519 2 6.8E-04 1.1.E-01 Male infertility
22 574 2 8.3E-04 1.3.E-01 Complete postnatal lethality
23 1258 2 3.9E-03 2.9.E-01 Premature death
24 1642 2 6.5E-03 3.9.E-01 No abnormal phenotype detected
  1. The related annotations to eye color is indicated in bold type.